China could learn from Australia's financial reform, RBA paper finds

Central Banking | 12 Sep 2014

Discussion paper published by the Reserve Bank of Australia examines the country’s capital account liberalisation in the 19070s and 1908s, and considers its relevance for China

Topics: Australia, Reserve Bank of Australia


Dutch economists recommend using social media as confidence indicator

Central Banking | 10 Sep 2014

Topics: Netherlands, European Central Bank

Dallas Fed president praises India PM Modi

Central Banking | 05 Sep 2014

Topics: Richard Fisher, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, India, Unemployment

Colombian working paper examines credit cycles in EMs

Central Banking | 05 Sep 2014

Topics: Central Bank of Colombia, Colombia, Credit conditions

US monetary tightening could have ‘long-lasting impact' in Peru, says IMF paper

Central Banking | 03 Sep 2014

Topics: Peru, China, United States

Cœuré calls for greater integration in retail banking and capital markets

Central Banking | 02 Sep 2014

Topics: Benoît Cœuré, European Central Bank

Fin paper examines SME lending in post-transition economies

Central Banking | 29 Aug 2014

Topics: Finland, Bank of Finland, Credit conditions

Norges Bank paper finds ‘booming' resource sector has ‘significant' productivity spillovers

Central Banking | 28 Aug 2014

Topics: Norges Bank, Norway, Australia

Small eurozone countries can use government spending to combat imbalances

Central Banking | 27 Aug 2014

Topics: Eurozone

The ‘Great Moderation' shows no sign of ending, Spanish paper finds

Central Banking | 22 Aug 2014

Topics: Bank of Spain, Recession

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